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Ways For Seniors To Stay Active This Fall

COVID has certainly turned the world on upside down for just about everyone. This health crisis has been preventing people from around the world and of all ages from working, socializing and even performing some everyday activities. For younger generations this has been very inconvenient. However, for our older generations – at higher risk for

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Moving During a Pandemic: Should I Consider It?

It seems like uncertainty is everywhere these days. With so much up in the air right now, considering a move into an assisted living facility can feel particularly scary. But it doesn’t have to be! Knowing if it truly is the right time to make that move, as well as the best ways to make

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Fun Activities to Keep Your Mind Sharp as You Age

At Arbor View of Pewaukee, we value our residents. We implement activities to continue stimulating the mind in a fun way, which has led us to compile this list of 6 activities. Read on to discover the different ways you can keep your mind sharp as you age. Painting Painting is a great way to

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Tips for Making the Move to Assisted Living Easier

Convincing a loved one to move to an assisted living community can be quite challenging. While you might start noticing that the care you are providing for your beloved senior is not enough, they might not see it that way. At such a time, you have to understand that letting go of all that your

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Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

We all know how tough these cold Wisconsin winters can be, and they only get worse as we age. When we’re young, a snow-covered sidewalk and brisk gust of wind aren’t really anything to worry about. But as we get older, conditions like those are exactly what causes a fall and subsequent injury. Winter is

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4 Signs it Might Be Time for Assisted Living

Moving a loved one to an assisted living community can be difficult. Why? Simply put, most older adults want to maintain their independence as long as possible and often times, they do not even realize they may need help. For some, illness or disability will result in a loss of independence which forces the need

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